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Grass-Fed Lamb Chops

Grass-Fed Lamb Chops with Beer Gravy

This recipe for grass-fed lamb chops with beer gravy comes from one of our very dear lamb customers, Keyton Williams. Thank you, Keyton, for passing on this mouth watering recipe! We love to hear how our grass-fed customers are cooking their meat and what their favorite recipes are. If you have a recipe to share, please let us know!


  • 2 Grass-Fed Lamb Chops
  • Soy Sauce
  • Salt
  • Black Pepper
  • Sage
  • 1 TBS Butter
  • 1 Cup Dark Beer
  • 1/4 Cup Beef Broth
  • 1/2 TS Flour


Take two lamb chops and sprinkle with a very light amount of soy sauce to enhances meat flavor. Add pepper and braise them in a pan for the juices - About 5 minutes each side on medium heat.

Put the chops in the oven and let them bake for 20 minutes on 350 degrees. "I also love to put the chops in a pressure cooker and cook them that way, the meat LITERALLY falls off the bone and is SO tender delicious."

While the chops are in the oven, put 1 TBSP of butter in a small sauce pan and let it slightly brown for flavor. Add 1 cup of your favorite dark beer. "Any dark beer works, I personally love a good dark that has coffee notes in it, it really brings out the lamb flavor." Place it in the small sauce pan along with the drippings and 1/4 cup of beef broth to cut the beer and add flavor. Warm to medium heat.

Add about a 1/2 teaspoon of flour to thicken.

Add a pinch of sage, salt, and pepper to taste. Let it simmer until the chops are done, out of the oven, and plated. 

Pour the gravy over the chops and BAM, Lamb Chops doused in delicious Beer Gravy!

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Diana's Beef and Lamb Chili

Diana's Beef and Lamb Chili Recipe


Anyone who knows me knows that I love chili!  Bean chili, meat chili and definitely one that has both, but now…using BF Farms lamb and beef it’s even better than ever.  Come with me on the journey of this awesome chili.


1 lb. BF Farms lamb sausage

1 lb. BF Farms ground beef

1 ½ red onions chopped

3 cloves of garlic chopped

3 cups of black beans - I cooked these in the crockpot over night with water, salt & pepper, and 4 tbsp. of good balsamic vinegar.  I use extra water, so that I have a nice black bean liquid to use in the chili - Or use canned, with liquid.

1 can of beer

Spices - I don’t measure spices, because I do it to taste.  But in the chili I used cumin, chili powder, a dash of ground cloves and S&P.  I taste it about half way through the cooking process, for adjustments to these spices.


First I like to brown the lamb sausage.  It has a few of its own spices, so I don’t season it at all.  It leaves behind some nice fat, and flavor to brown the beef in next. So I remove the lamb and brown the beef.  Once that is done, I remove the beef and add the chopped onion, garlic and spices.  This softens the onion & garlic and blooms the spices.  I cook them for about 5 minutes.  I then add the black beans with liquid and the browned meats. 

A lot of times, I add canned tomatoes to my chili, but this chili I like it without.

I use the can of beer to make sure I have enough flavorful liquid to mostly cover the chili.  You could also use broth of any kind - or red wine.  I used ¾ of a can of beer.

I put a lid on this and put into a 275 degree oven for about 1.5 hour - taking the lid off the last 30 minutes, depending on the amount of liquid.

I like to serve this with a dollop of sour cream and/or shredded cheese.


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